Police Report -- April 25, 2002

Published on Thu, Apr 25, 2002
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POLICE REPORTS


April 21: A report was received that the theft of a car stereo had occurred in the 1000 block of Blaine Road. The case is under investigation.
April 21: Officers assisted U.S. Border Patrol with possible smuggling. The suspects were not located.
April 21: Officers responded to a domestic dispute in the 700 block of C Street and determined it was verbal only. One of the parties decided to stay with relatives for a couple of days. She was provided a Salvation Army voucher for fuel to get to the relative’s home.
April 21: An officer discovered two people crabbing and in possession of undersize crab in the 300 block of Marine Drive during a closed season. Both people were issued citations for the violations.
April 21: An officer provided assistance to a WCSO deputy who was making contact with an assault suspect in the 1200 block of Runge Street.
April 21: Officers assisted U.S. Customs at the Peace Arch POE regarding a possible drunk driver. An officer confirmed the driver was DUI. She was processed and released with a mandatory court appearance. Vehicle was towed.
April 20: Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife reported two men illegally crabbing on the Marine Drive pier. An officer contacted the men who had an undersize crab. The men were issued citations for the offenses.
April 20: Officers were dispatched to two suspicious males near a business in the 200 block of D Street. The males were approaching business patrons. An officer contacted the men who had been denied entry into Canada and were looking for a ride home.
April 20: An officer stood by in the 1400 block of Mitchell Street with an elderly woman who was having chest pains. An officer cleared when aid units arrived.
April 20: An officer completed a welfare check on a child in the 900 block of Boblett Street for a concerned grandmother.
April 20: Someone placed chairs, a tire, and a wheel in the middle of the roadway at Odell and Pipeline streets. Officers cleared up the mess.
April 20: Officers responded to a report of a DV assault in the 800 block of D Street. Upon investigation it was determined that an assault did occur. The subject was arrested and booked into Whatcom County jail.
April 20: An officer responded to assist U.S. Customs at the PAC Highway POE regarding a possible drunk driver because WSP could not respond. An officer confirmed the driver was DUI. The driver was processed and released. The vehicle was towed.
April 19: Officers assisted U.S. Customs at the Lynden POE with outbound inspections. A suspicious truck was checked and a K9 alerted on the truck. A search revealed a secret compartment that contained a large sum of U.S. currency. The driver was arrested by U.S. Customs.
April 19: Officers arrested a man in the 800 block of Mitchell Street on a felony and misdemeanor warrant. He was booked into jail.
April 19: An officer contacted a juvenile in the 1700 block of H Street who was having difficulty telling the truth. Parents were notified about the contact and the honesty problem.
April 19: A report was received of a group of kids in the 1700 block of H Street videotaping themselves while damaging a shopping cart. The case is under investigation.
April 19: U.S. Customs at the Peace Arch POE reported a person violating a domestic violence no contact order. An officer confirmed the order. The man was arrested and booked into jail.
April 19: An intoxicated female contacted police at a local business and made rude comments towards the officers. It was later determined she was under the legal drinking age. A summons was sent for MIP.
April 18: During a traffic stop, an Everson patrol officer discovered possible stolen property from a Blaine business in the 2200 block of Nature’s Path.
A Blaine officer advised the business of the suspicious circumstances. The business is checking their records.
April 18: A citizen in the 500 block of Peace Portal Drive reported receiving threatening mail. The letter was taken into evidence. The case is under investigation.
April 18: An officer stood by while a 16-year-old emancipated minor and her mother argued about a video game in the 700 block of A Street. The young lady returned the game to her mother, and the dispute ended. No further police action was requested.
April 18: When a citizen went to get his lawn mower out of the locked shed in the 300 block of E Street, he noticed the lock was cut and several tools were missing. Officers will contact a possible suspect.
April 18: A clerk in the 1300 block of Boblett Street refused service to an intoxicated adult. Blaine officers contacted the man and gave him a ride home.
April 18: An officer assisted U.S. Customs at the Peace Arch POE with a seizure of a small amount of narcotics from a passenger car containing five college students from Bellingham. The driver was arrested, processed and released.
April 18: An officer was advised of a suspended driver at the Peace Arch POE. The officer confirmed the driver was DWLS 3rd. The driver was arrested, processed, and released. The vehicle was towed.
April 18: An individual in the 200 block of D Street reported she had left her friend at a restaurant with a male subject they had met. The male was supposed to bring her home, but never did. An officer located the male subject and the missing friend. No crime.
April 17: A report was received of a suspicious message on a phone line in the 600 block of 8th Street. The case is under investigation.
April 17: A motorist driving on a suspended California driver’s license was issued a citation for the offense at the Peace Arch POE. The rental vehicle was impounded.
April 17: A person entering the U.S. through the Peace Arch POE was issued a citation for possession of marijuana.
April 17: A person entering the U.S. through the Peace Arch POE was issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia.
April 17: A resident in the 300 block of Alder Street returned from a business trip and found her significant other had been missing for three days. The resident filed a missing adult person report with Blaine police. The adult took his credit card and car when he left.
April 17: A store employee in the 1500 block of H Street found a small amount of marijuana in a garbage can. The substance was destroyed.
April 16: A Blaine officer assisted the U.S. Border Patrol with transporting two people to their office who had entered the country illegally.
April 16: An officer investigated a hit and run accident at Peace Portal Drive and Bell Street. Police are looking for a newer black Ford Mustang with major damage on the right side.
April 16: Officers responded to a neighborhood dispute in the 1100 block of Mary Street. The officers found that neighborhood children were arguing when parents intervened and became verbally abusive with one another.
April 16: An officer investigated a hit and run complaint in the 700 block of Cedar Street. The victim did not want to prosecute.
April 16: An officer responded to the 800 block of 4th Street regarding ongoing harassment. The resident is considering a telephone trap and has requested extra security patrol. A report was taken.
April 16: Officers responded to the 500 block of 8th Street to check on an adult male. A four-year-old was unable to wake the man and became scared. Officers awakened the man who had a neighbor watch the boy while he got some sleep.
April 16: Officers responded to a possible DV order violation in progress in the 4200 block of H Street Road. Officers learned there were no current orders and advised the reporting party. The suspect was gone upon officer’s arrival.
April 16: An officer assisted WCSO in contacting the victim of a theft involving prescriptions in the 500 block of 8th Street. The theft occurred in the county. Statements were obtained by the officer and will be forwarded to WCSO.


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